This is a worksheet with real world scenarios that the students have to solve in groups with little to no teacher assistance. The scenarios include evaluating graphs of height versus time parabolas and answering corresponding questions, plus an additional question where they have to disprove an incorrect mathematical statement with either numbers or variables. This seems to work best in groups of three so the student grading rubric attached is laid out so that they can evaluate their two partners and themselves. I grade this based on completion and communication with their team since the questions are deeper level thinking questions and I want to reward them for "working through the struggle" as opposed to penalizing them for getting an answer wrong. I set up the questions so that they could be completed without the use of a calculator since my students don't use one for this entire unit, but you can make that choice for your classes. The duration says 1 hour, but your fast workers/high achievers will probably finish without 30 minutes. All students should be done within the hour though. This activity is given after the unit quiz but before the test to deepen understanding, and it corresponds with my notes and assignments of similar names.